Future of BGT losers Loveable Rogues confirmed by fan power

17:38 15 May 2012

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The future of London-based BGT losers Loveable Rogues in the music business has generated hot debate on Twitter.

The trio lost out on victory in the hit ITV1 show to Pudsey the trick dog.

Pop opera duo Jonathan and Charlotte from Ilford in London also pipped them.

But the cheeky threesome should not split up just yet, judging by what is said on micro-blogging site.

Aston Villa goalkeeper Shay Given wrote: “Can’t believe Loveable Rogues didn’t win BGT, they will have a big future I think.”

The Only Way is Essex star Kirk Norcross also supplied his own personal endorsement.

The band have added a personal message on Twitter: “BIG thank you to @GotTalent @SimonCowell @Amanda_Holden @AleshaOfficial @davidwalliams plus the stage and production crew! Great Experience!”

“Every single person that voted for us... we truly appreciate it! Thank you so much! <3”

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